I always wondered why God created snow. Was it because he felt like snow was a prettier version of rain, or was t because he felt like the weather needed to be more fun to all the young boys and girls of the world. I’m thinking both. Anyways, it’s currently snowing outside in this lovely neighborhood in the wonderful state of Washington. But there was something I never failed to notice. This snow, it just makes everyone at peace. When it snows, all you see is the little children running around in the park, seeing for the first time this magnificent white stuff that looks like puffs of sugar. Probably the reason we all started eating the snow in the first place. Anyways, it brings all people to peace, and you know, that’s a nice change. Something I can honestly say, from the bottom of my heart, I truly appreciate. Oh and of course because I usually get to sleep longer or skip school entirely. Frosting to the cake? I think so. Good night.
I’m sitting here, in my bathtub, after a nice work out. Strangely enough, I utilize this time to think and ponder on our modern day society. I always had a question for all those out in public who even care to listen. Why is it, that other people have the right to tell you what you’re doing wrong and right? What gives them the right to assume that their ethics and morals far exceed my own? Although to the extreme this question may not apply, however, to the instances where simple actions are judged, I ask this question. If I really wanted to, could I walk up to someone drinking from a water fountain, and kindly whisper, “that’s not right, drinking from a water bottle is the best way to do it”. Now that may sound foolish but does that not truly encompass what i mean shouldn’t people be allowed to have their own individual lives, without having anyone breathe down my neck? The thought of freedom comes to mind. I have my own ambitions and goals, and if I take a different route than you, what’s so wrong with that? Well, I guess this is kind of an example of what I’m trying to argue. But, you get the point. Let those intricate, innocent people be! Gotta love the bathtub.
-p.s. Did anyone watch the Seattle Seahawks game? Man, oh man, Marshawn Lynch… That is all.
Now… That’s what I’m talking about. Right there. That encompasses all the past, present, and future seasons of the University of Washington Huskies. Yeah baby.
It seems like yesterday I was making my first Facebook account, waiting to see the wonders of a new social networking system, and that it did. Statuses, pictures, feeds, games, what more could any 13 year old ask for, and thus, the downfall of Facebook in my eyes came rather quickly. Merely 3 years later, there is nothing but a faint interest in seeing what every single individual has to think of a small incident that has magically happened in their lives. No thank you. I do not desire to read thousands of unnecessary and unusual posts, everyday. So I welcome this positive new change, here goes to the next few moments of tumblr bliss. Let’s hope it lasts longer than Facebook.
-Side note: my internet browser has a spell check built in, and has incessantly bugged me to change facebook to Facebook; to achieve proper grammar? Spelling? Whichever it may be, I am appalled.
I also enjoy seeing the rebellious “.” after tumblr, very unprofessional, and refreshingly different. Thank God.